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Paws News June 2019

Stress Free Moving with Pets Moving to a new home /city might be exciting for us but can be stressful on our pets. Routines change, pet owners are anxious themselves and our pets take their cues from us. A move might mean that they are moved to the new location...

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Paws News May 2019

Professional Photography for Pets Are you considering a photo session for you pet? We know of a few people who had this done as their pet was entering the last stages of life. Check out the link to Beth Photography:...

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Paws News April 2019

Can I charge my Veterinarian with Malpractice? The following article is based on information found at http://www.petconnection.ca/veterinary-malpractice/ Many pet parents wonder if it is possible to sue a veterinarian if something goes wrong while they provide care...

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Paws News March 2019

Do Pets Experience Grief? Pets are a lot like and us and they do feel grief when they suffer the loss of another pet in the family or a human. Don’t be alarmed if your pet is acting differently after such a loss. You might not realize at first that your pet is...

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Paws News February 2019

Adopting a pet from a rescue or shelter: If you are considering adding a pet to your family think RESCUE. Adopting a pet is a huge responsibility but you are literally saving a life. Keep in mind that rescue pets come from various backgrounds and we never know the...

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Paws News January 2019

Indoor Cats and Exercise: Do you have an indoor cat and are worried that it is not getting enough exercise and will start putting on the pounds? Even though cats have a high metabolism, they still need exercise to keep them from becoming obese. Unlike dogs we don’t...

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Paws News December 2018

  Giving a pet as a gift:   Adding a pet to the family is a long-term commitment and needs input from everyone that will be caring for the pet. Pets should never be given as holiday gifts. If you do decide to give a pet as a gift to a child in your family or...

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Paws News November 2018

Keeping your pets safe in winter: One of the most important things to remember is that even though our pets have fur they still feel the cold. The rule of thumb is “if it is too cold for us to be outside for prolonged periods of time, it is too cold for our pets as...

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Paws News October 2018

  Emergency Preparedness for Pets:   We were all quite surprised by the Tornados . It is a great idea to have an Emergency Kit for ourselves and family members. It is also important to have one for our pets. Identifying your pet: The most important thing to consider...

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